Dec 1

So after a month long Paper Doll frenzy, it’s time to announce the winners of my monthly contest.

The winner of the set of all 30 Christmas Paper Dolls is:

  • Cassandra VanSyckle

The winner of the Paper Doll Dress Up Cartridge is:

  • Kimblerly Wilkinson

The winner of the Everyday Paper Doll Cartridge:

  • Donna Cloud

For those who missed yesterday’s post or were unable to guess the doll, it was Where’s Waldo?

Waldo

I got a lot of questions this month about my dolls, so I thought today would be a good day to answer.

The most common ones:

  • Where do you get your face stamps?

I rarely use stamps. I don’t have anything against them, but I like to draw my faces by hand. I find it gives my dolls my own unique touch that you can’t achieve from a stamp.

  • How long does each doll take to make?

Since I designed a lot of the pieces from each doll using Design Studio, it took roughly 4-5 hours for each doll from start to finish, including designing, cutting, putting together and embellishing. The longest one was my African American Santa which took about 8 hours to complete.

  • Which one is your favorite?

I really enjoyed making them all, I don’t think I could pick a favorite.

  • Which doll has been the most popular?

The Grinch. I didn’t expect it, but it most definitely has been. I also got quite the feedback on the Charlie Brown. I guess everyone really enjoys their Christmas on TV each year!

  • Are you going to put the Design Studio files for the dolls up?

I have not yet decided what to do about that. Keep checking for more info.

  • Are the dolls for sale?

Yes. You can purchase the dolls individually or a whole set by clicking here.

Thanks for looking at my dolls everyday! I had tons of fun and couldn’t have done it without all the kind words everyday!

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Nov 30

The paper dolls have come to an end. I have had so much fun making them, and I’m actually sad to see it’s over. Look at the photo below and see if you can guess which doll is today’s. There will be a close up tomorrow.

I hope everyone enjoyed looking at the dolls as much as I enjoyed making them. But it’s not over yet. You can still win today’s doll, plus you enter all day today to win the cartridges and and entire set of dolls.

You can win today’s doll, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

Winners of all prizes, including today’s doll will be contacted and posted tomorrow!

For details on the contest click here.

Where's Waldo?

To make this doll, I used:

Thanks for taking the time to come and look at my dolls for the last 30 days. I hope to see you again because I’ve got much more in store!

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Nov 29

Well, we are winding down. Tomorrow is the last day, and to be honest I’m kinda sad to see them go!

In keeping with the nostalgia of classic Christmas tv, today’s doll is Charlie Brown complete with his tree.

You can win today’s doll, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Charlie Brown

To make this doll, I used:

Tomorrow is the last day, so come back, I guarantee you’ll love the last one!!
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Nov 28

Only a couple days left of my Christmas paper doll series. Today’s doll is Herbie from the Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Christmas special. I know it’s for kids, but it was sort of a tradition to watch every year with the kids, and I bet a lot of people feel that way. What does everyone think?

You can win today’s doll, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

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To make this doll, I used:

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Nov 27

It’s almost time for one of the best parts of Christmas: the decorations. I love Christmas lights so I thought it would be fitting to use them in my paper dolls. So today I made this boy with Christmas lights. Cute huh?

I used one of my favorite new products for this doll (and many of the others), Liquid Applique. If you have never used it, you should try it, it’s AWESOME. Especially for things like fur and snow. I used it on both Joseph’s beard and the sheep. It comes in lots of colors but for the holidays the white has been the most useful.

You can win today’s doll, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

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To make this doll, I used:

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Nov 26

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Eat lots of good food and enjoy your families! I know I will.

Today’s doll is Joseph with his sheep. He goes great with yesterday’s Mary and Baby Jesus don’t you guys think?

I used one of my favorite new products for this doll (and many of the others), Liquid Applique. If you have never used it, you should try it, it’s AWESOME. Especially for things like fur and snow. I used it on both Joseph’s beard and the sheep. It comes in lots of colors but for the holidays the white has been the most useful.

You can win your own Joseph, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Joseph

To make this doll, I used:

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Nov 25

Since Jesus is the reason for the season, I thought I’d celebrate that by making this lovely Mary with her Baby Jesus. What does everyone think?

I used one of my favorite new products for this doll (and many of the others), Liquid Applique. If you have never used it, you should try it, it’s AWESOME. Especially for things like fur and snow. I used it on the blanket for Baby Jesus here.. It comes in lots of colors but for the holidays the white has been the most useful.

You can win your own Mary, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Mary and Baby Jesus

To make this doll, I used:

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Nov 24

I LOVE poinsettias. I usually have several of them around the holidays. So I came up with a way to use them in my holiday doll collection. What do you think?

I used one of my favorite new products for this doll (and many of the others), Liquid Applique. If you have never used it, you should try it, it’s AWESOME. Especially for things like fur and snow. I used it on the hat and scarf here. It comes in lots of colors but for the holidays the white has been the most useful.

You can win your own Poinsettia Girl, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Poinsetta Girl

To make this doll, I used:

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Nov 23

One of my favorite things around the holidays is all the delicious food, especially baked goods. Since baking has become such a huge part of Christmas (can you imaging no cookies or pies?) I thought, why not make a holiday baker? So here she is. Let me know what you think, and don’t forget we’ve still got a few more dolls to go so stay tuned!

You can win your own Holiday Baker, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Holiday Baker

To make my baker, I used:

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Nov 22

Check out my third Wise Man I made for day 22 in this Paper Doll extravaganza! We’re winding down, but there are still more to come!

You can win this Wise Man, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

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To make this Wise Man, I used:

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Nov 21

Check out my second Wise Man I made for day 21 in this Paper Doll extravaganza! We’re winding down, but there are still more to come!

You can win this Wise Man, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Wise Man 2

To make this Wise Man, I used:

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Nov 20


Check out my Wise Man I made for day 20 in this Paper Doll extravaganza! We’re winding down, but there are still more to come!

You can win this wise man, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Wise Man

To make this Wise Man, I used:

 

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Nov 19

Check out my cute little baby boy I made for day 19 in this Paper Doll extravaganza! We’re winding down, but there are still more to come!

You can win this cute little baby, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Also for those that have asked if I am selling the dolls, I have decided to do so.

Click here to purchase Christmas Paper Dolls

Christmas Baby 2

Also check out my Daily Deals box on the right side. I’m going to update it often, and try to find the best deals out there. So keep looking!

To make this cute little girl, I used:

A lot of people have been asking me about the faces on my paper dolls. While I draw mine on by hand, there are some really cute stamps out there. If you are looking for some, check out Peachy Keen Stamps if you want a good variety of super cute faces for your dolls.

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Nov 18

Check out my cute little baby girl I made for day 18 in this Paper Doll extravaganza! We’re winding down, but there are still more to come!

You can win this cute little baby, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

For details on the contest click here.

Also for those that have asked if I am selling the dolls, I have decided to do so.

Click here to purchase Christmas Paper Dolls

Christmas baby

Also check out my Daily Deals box on the right side. I’m going to update it often, and try to find the best deals out there. So keep looking!

To make this cute little girl, I used:

A lot of people have been asking me about the faces on my paper dolls. While I draw mine on by hand, there are some really cute stamps out there. If you are looking for some, check out Peachy Keen Stamps if you want a good variety of super cute faces for your dolls.

Be sure to come back for more!
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Nov 17

So this one took a long time, but it’s so worth it don’t you think? This might be one of my favorites. What does everyone think?

You can win this set of kids with their tree, a Paper Doll Dress Up cart, a Everyday Paper Dolls cart, or a set of all 30 paper dolls.

Also just for today I am going to be giving away a roll of Scor Tape, an adhesive product I tried recently and just LOVE! I’m going to be choosing an additional person from the cricut message board posts, so one person will win these dolls, and a second will win the tape.

For details on the contest click here.

Also for those that have asked if I am selling the dolls, I have decided to do so.

Click here to purchase Christmas Paper Dolls

Christmas kids

To make these Christmas kiddies, I used:

A lot of people have been asking me about the faces on my paper dolls. While I draw mine on by hand, there are some really cute stamps out there. If you are looking for some, check out Peachy Keen Stamps if you want a good variety of super cute faces for your dolls.

Be sure to come back for more!
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